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    Author(s): Enzai Du; Mark E. Fenn; Wim De Vries; Yong Sik. Ok
    Date: 2019
    Source: Environmental Pollution. 250: 1044-1048
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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    This is the Preface paper for a special issue of Environmental Pollution that includes ten papers that synthesize cutting-edge studies on: 1) the characteristics of N deposition to global forests, 2) the impacts of N deposition on forest structure and function, 3) the responses of forest ecosystems to regional trends of N deposition and 4) the management options to mitigate negative impacts of N deposition in forest ecosystems. Among the ten papers were reviews on the influence of chronic N deposition on: the structure and function of forest mycorrhizal communities; understory plant community responses; trends in N deposition in key regions and how forests are responding to these temporal trends; ecosystem management strategies for forests in the face of chronic N deposition; and N-induced net primary production and C sequestration in global forests.

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    Du, Enzai; Fenn, Mark E.; De Vries, Wim; Ok, Yong Sik. 2019. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition to global forests: status, impacts and management options. Environmental Pollution. 250: 1044-1048.


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    Anthropogenic nitrogen emissions, Atmospheric models, Ecosystem management, Ecological effects

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